Use a Managed Firewall for Expert Incident Identification & Remediation
Stolen data fuels a highly profitable cybercrime economy and organizations are constantly under attack.
The risk of data breach drives the need to add more security and the need to see and control network traffic, especially at the network perimeter or between network segments within an organization.
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What can you expect from a managed firewall solution?
Implementing endpoint security and traditional firewalls are the right steps on the path toward a secure network. But you can improve your network security and remove gaps in protection by adopting a next-generation firewall (NGFW) solution from Corserva.
A significant differentiator of an NGFW solution are the advanced analysis engines that analyze communication streams as they flow through the firewall. The best solutions will deliver excellent perimeter security and control at throughput speeds that will keep up with the pace of your business and the traffic of your network, at the edge and core.
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Why should you use Corserva to provide a managed firewall solution?
Corserva’s next generation firewall solution gives you the protection that you need within an all-inclusive monthly fee. Our security consultants will match your specific security profile requirements (based on the industry and enterprise) with one of our three managed firewall solutions. Our solutions include an assessment of your needs, full implementation of the selected solution, and ongoing 24x7 real-time monitoring by security experts for incident identification and remediation. Why take a chance on executing with limited expertise when you can implement the industry’s leading technology backed by highly certified security professionals – all with 24x7 monitoring.
Corserva’s cybersecurity solutions protect the corporation from both malicious attacks and potentially risky behaviors originating inside the network.